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Read Buhari’s Letter To Senate On Confirmation Of New Appointee

Other members of the commission as presented by the president are, Mohammed Najatu, representing North West; Braimoh Adogame Austin, representing South South; Barrister Rommy Mom for North Central and Dr. Nkemka Osimiri Jombo- Ofo for South East.

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The Not Too Young Bill Will Be In Signed Into Law In Few Days, Buhari

Buhari Approaches Senate For Screening And Confirmation Of Members Of Police Service Commission

President Muhammadu Buhari endorsing a document

President Muhammadu Buhari endorsing a document

Following the recent nomination of a former Inspector- General of Police, IGP, Musiliu Adeola Smith, President  Muhammadu Buhari has dispatched a letter to the Upper legislative chamber demanding for the screening and confirmation of Musiliu as Chairman of the Police Service Commission, PSC.

Similarly, the President has also asked the Senate to give approval for the appointment of Justice Clara Bata Ogunbiyi, retd as full-time Commissioner of the PSC.

Other members of the commission as presented by the president are, Mohammed Najatu, representing North West; Braimoh Adogame Austin, representing South South; Barrister Rommy Mom for North Central and Dr. Nkemka Osimiri Jombo- Ofo for South East.

The letter which was read by the Senate president, Bukola Saraki, during plenary yesterday read: “In compliance with the provision of Sections 154(1) of the 1999 Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria (As amended), I write to forward for confirmation by the Senate, the understated names as the Chairman and members of the Police Service Commission, PSC. I attach herewith their CVs.”

“While thanking you immensely in anticipation of the early consideration and confirmation of the above appointments by the Distinguished Senate. Please accept, Mr. Senate President, the assurances of my highest consideration.”

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$2bilion fraud scandals rocks Buhari government

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A group, Egalitarian Coalition of Nigeria wrote an open letter to President Muhammadu Buhari , reacting to the fact that the people set to investigate the arms deal crime were actually accomplice to the crime.

Upon the president assuming his office for the first term in 2015, a directive was given to the National Security Adviser, Babagana Monguno, to organize an investigative committee on the procurement of hardware and ammunitions in the Armed Forces from 2007 till now.

In line with that, the National Security Adviser,  commissioned the Committee on Audit of Defence Equipment Procurement, CADEP.

The group in the petition, signed by its Executive Director and Secretary, informed The President , that the authority to set up the committee by the office the National Security Adviser was an aberration as the National Security Adviser, Babagana Mungono was an accomplice in the system where he served as Commander, Brigade of Guards, Chief of Defence Intelligence Agency and later Commandant TRADOC in 2013 when he retired from the Nigerian Army.

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Why Governor Elect In Imo State, Ihedioha Might Not Be Inaugurated

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Why Governor Elect In Imo State, Ihedioha Might Not Be Inaugurated

The Governor-elect in Imo State, Emeka Ihedioha might not be inaugurated on 29th of May, 2019 as he was charged to Federal High Court by a plaintiff, Clifford Eze who was the Democratic Alternative, DA candidate in the past Gubernatorial election in Imo state, NIGERIA NEWS reports.

The Justice, PA Rimgim at the federal high court said that the plaintiff is very wrong for bringing up election matter after the election and then defense counsel, Emeka Ihejirika back what the justice said up by insinuating that the Clifford Eze does not follow the due process of the court thereby not in line with the court proceedings.

The defense counsel further state that, ”it is a primary knowledge that the regular court does not entertain post-election matters.

“The plaintiffs are already at the tribunal and the same things they brought up for argument at the tribunal are the same things they brought to the regular court.

“Apart from the federal high court lacks the jurisdiction to entertain the suit, it was an abuse of court processes.

“That was why the court slammed an N5m cost against the plaintiffs. It is as simple as that.”

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